I think it's safe to say that anything the Harlem Globetrotters do is impressive. However, when you add the element of jumping out of a plane, you can't help but put everyone's jaws on the floor.

Hammer Harrison, one of the Globetrotters, pulled off the world's highest slam dunk when he jumped out of a plane at 13,000 feet. The team posted a video to YouTube showing how Harrison went tandem skydiving at Skydive Arizona in Elroy and slammed a basketball into a hoop before hitting the ground.

According to UPI -

The stunt Tuesday was timed to coincide with the 4th annual World Trick Shot Day, a celebration of unusual and creative basketball skills.

 

The video's description reads -

It's the 4th annual World Trick Shot Day and to celebrate, Harlem Globetrotters star Hammer Harrison jumped out of an airplane from over 13,000-feet. He attempted the first ever trick shot while skydiving, and make the world's highest slam dunk!

So like I said - normal Globetrotter skills are impressive, but they're 100x more impressive when you add skydiving.

H/T UPI 

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